Ducks Unlimited
January 2018

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The Cold-Weather Waterfowling Issue: January 2018

Late-Season Mistakes

Follow these tips to avoid common errors and improve your success on winter waterfowl hunts

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Cold, Hard Facts about Winter Duck Hunting

5 ways to bag birds when the mercury dips

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Winter Duck Hunting Strategies

Wind, snow, fog, and ice; no matter what the late season throws your way, here's how to make the most of it

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Cold-Weather Retriever Care

Here's how to keep your dog healthy and safe when hunting in frigid conditions

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Gear Guide: New Year, New Gear

Ring in 2018 with new waterfowling and outdoor gear

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Wetlands, Waterfowl, and the Farm Bill

Now is the time to show your support for agricultural conservation programs that provide a host of benefits for wildlife and people

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Understanding Waterfowl: Fat Is Fit

Gaining weight is a good thing for waterfowl during fall and winter

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DU TV: Wade Bourne Tribute

A look back at the life of Wade Bourne, his love of the outdoors, and his contributions to conservation

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DU Waterfowl Migration Map

DU Migration Map

Find or submit migration and hunting reports from your area

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DU Corporate Partner

Quality products backed by the Ducks Unlimited brand

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Waterfowl Recipe

Savory Waterfowl Stew

Beat the winter chill with this classic catchall recipe

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